WATCH Jaguars vs Jets Game Live Free Thursday Night Football 22/12/2022

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Ripon Khan

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Jacksonville Jaguars at New York Jets Game Live odds, picks and predictions

The Jacksonville Jaguars (6-8) and the New York Jets (7-7) meet on Thursday Night Football in Week 16. Kickoff from MetLife Stadium is scheduled for 8:15 p.m. (Prime Video). Below, we analyze Tipico Sportsbook’s lines around the Jaguars vs. Jets odds, and make our expert NFL picks and predictions.

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The Jaguars are coming off a thrilling 40-34 overtime victory against the Dallas Cowboys at home in Week 15, and have won 2 straight for the first time since Weeks 2 and 3. The Jaguars are also a respectable 4-1-1 against the spread (ATS) across the past 6 games overall.

The Jets were toppled 20-17 by the Detroit Lions Sunday to slip to .500. New York has dropped 3 in a row, all in 1-score games. The Jets have alternated non-covers and covers in each of the past 8 games, with the Under outpacing the Over 7-2 in the previous 9 contests.

Jaguars-Jets ‘Thursday Night Football’ Week 16 Odds and Betting Preview

A best bet for Thursday’s Jaguars-Jets game. The Jets are small home favorites in this battle of playoff hopefuls.

The Jets (7-7) host the Jaguars (6-8) at MetLife Stadium in Week 16 for Thursday Night Football. The Jaguars are in second place in the AFC South, despite their losing record, while the Jets are tied for third in the AFC East. Both teams still have playoff hopes alive and need to win this Week 16 matchup.

The Jets will go to battle with Zach Wilson, who lost the starting job to Mike White in Week 12, but returns to start his second in a row since White was injured in Week 14. Wilson has not been impressive this season, but versus the Lions last Sunday he did throw for 300 yards and a pair of touchdownss.

The matchup with this Jaguars’ team is also a soft one, as the Jaguars have allowed the fourth-most passing yards to quarterbacks this year, averaging 252 yards allowed per game. Wilson could be in for another good day.

Talented rookie receiver Garrett Wilson leads the team with 110 targets and 966 receiving yards, and he will undoubtedly be heavily involved in this favorable matchup. Zonovan Knight will lead the backfield versus a Jaguars team allowing the ninth-most rushing yards per game across the last four contests.

The Jets average 20.1 points per game this season (23rd), while their defense has done much of the heavy lifting, allowing only 18.8 points per game (fourth). Robert Saleh’s team has been tough versus the run and the pass.

The Jaguars come into this game looking for their hot streak to extend to three in a row after upsetting both the Titans and the Cowboys the previous two weeks.

Trevor Lawrence finally looks to be the quarterback he was drafted to be, and receiver Christian Kirk and Zay Jones have proven to be effective weapons. Jones was a big part of the recent two wins, seeing 22 targets for 286 yards and four touchdowns in those matchups. Tight end Evan Engram serves as the third receiver on this team, and he has an impressive 72.6% catch rate on 84 targets this season - an excellent threat to have at tight end.

Running back Travis Etienne has been strong for the Jaguars with four 100-plus yards games this season. This Jacksonville offense is clicking, averaging 23.9 points per game this year (12th), while its defense has been suspect, allowing 23.4 points per game (21st). Jacksonville can be attacked on both the ground and through the air. The question is whether or not New York with Zach Wilson is up to the task.

The weather in this game could be a concern, as it is expected to be rainy and windy at MetLife on Thursday night. The game total of 36.5 reflects that these teams may try to keep the ball more on the ground.

The Jaguars typically run a rushing play 41% of the time (18th), while the Jets rush only 38.7% of the time (24th). The Jets are allowing only 4.1 yards per carry (fifth), while the Jaguars are allowing 4.2 yards per carry (10th).

Jaguars’ Trevor Lawrence could miss Thursday Night Football vs. Jets The Jacksonville Jaguars might be hitting the field at MetLife Stadium Thursday without a key piece of their offense.

The Jaguars announced Wednesday that quarterback Trevor Lawrence is limited again with a toe injury and is listed as questionable for the Thursday Night Football game against the New York Jets. It’s worth noting, however, that Lawrence has been playing through this toe injury for a few weeks.asdfgdfgfd


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